Alice trying to politely tell Tweedledee and Tweedledum that their story about the Walrus and the Carpenter did nothing but waste her time:
Alice:That was a very sad story. Tweedledee and Tweedledum: Eh, and there's a moral to it. Alice: Oh, yes, a very good moral! If you happen to be an oyster.
Toward the end of the story, after the Carpenter discovers that the Walrus ate all the oysters, he begins walking toward the Walrus with a murderous look, holding his hammer as his face turns red. The Walrus then shouts, "THE TIME HAS COME!" and leaves an Impact Silhouette behind in the door as the Carpenter chases after him.
The Walrus's appalled reaction at the Carpenters suggestion of work.
When the Carpenter finds the oysters, he originally tries to just hit them with his hammer, until the Walrus drags him away and hits him over the head with his cane.
The beginning of the song, where Tweedledee and Tweedledum talk about how the sun was shining bright, which is odd, because its in the middle of the night.
The White Rabbit's Double Take and Big "WHAT?!" when the Dodo casually suggests he set the house on fire to smoke out "the monster" (Alice).
And the ending to the "We'll Smoke the Blighter Out" song:
Cheshire Cat: Oh, and by the way. If you'd really like to know, he went that way. Alice: Who did? Cheshire Cat: The White Rabbit. Alice: He did? Cheshire Cat: He did what? Alice: Went that way. Cheshire Cat: Who did? Alice: (getting frustrated) The White Rabbit! Cheshire Cat:What rabbit? Alice: But didn't you just say...I mean...oh dear!
The fact that Alice is so accustomed to the weirdness in Wonderland that the Cheshire Cat literally standing on his head doesn't faze her.
The Cheshire Cat's comment to Alice while he disappears: